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Limp Bizkit postpones remaining flight dates amid ‘unexpected news’ about Fred Durst’s health

Limp Bizkit postpones remaining flight dates amid 'unexpected news' about Fred Durst's health

Limp Bizkit in Prom – New York, NY – Credit: Getty Images

Next stop in the UK and Europe limp bzeketThe Still Sucks tour won’t go as planned. On Sunday, the group announced their decision to postpone their remaining dates after concerns about a striker Fred Dursthealth.

“Due to personal health concerns and based on the medical advice given by my personal physician to take an immediate break from tours, Limp Bizkit will unfortunately have to postpone their UK and Europe tour for 2022,” the band Books on social media. Limp Bizkit representatives did not immediately respond to rolling rockComment request.

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Limp Bizkit added in his statement, “We truly apologize for any inconvenience this may cause to our loyal fans, promoters, and support staff. Stand by for more news. Sincerely, Fred and Limp Bizkit.”

While the group hasn’t revealed details of Durst’s health concerns, the singer shared a personal video on band website, where he explained that he had seen a doctor before the next leg of the tour “to make sure I was in good physical shape.” But after undergoing a series of tests, Durst’s doctor worried about his health and advised him to stop taking a tour so he could have more tests. “This was very unexpected news, and I am very sorry.”

The tour began in April earlier this year with a slate of dates in North America in support of Limp Bizkit’s sixth studio album, still sucks. The group initially planned to set the road record last year but pulled out of their planned tour schedule due to Concerns about Covid After performing Lollapalooza.

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In short, Durst said, “the system is still deeply flawed.” painting in time. “Even if the performers, crew, staff and promoters do their best to ensure safety on and behind the stage, that does not guarantee the safety of the audience as a whole. We are all in this together, and we all have to – individually and fully – do our best to be as responsible and proactive as possible going forward. fighting and stopping the spread of COVID.”

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